Cape Fear Country Club - Wilmington, North Carolina
I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving...
Change can come slowly in the private club world, for a myriad of reasons. While tradition, history and even the preservation of elegance each play purposeful and appropriate roles in any club’s evolution, complacency can threaten their very existence. From aging infrastructures to changing member demographics, competitive pressures to economic opportunity, successful clubs look to Chambers to help keep their facilities vital to the lives of the members they serve — now and for generations to come.
Chambers provides strategic and master planning services unparalleled in the industry. With more than 65 years of our history dedicated to designing private clubs, Chambers knows well the nuances of member experience and what they come to value in their time spent in your club. We know, too, where to look and how to determine the best approach for your individual club…driven by your mission, extrapolated for the unique culture of your organization, designed to capture the essence of what distinguishes your club to your members and in the community. And we’re firmly dedicated to an open communication process that virtually ensures success and buy-in throughout planning and execution.
Chambers begins by providing a contextual framework for your club’s planning efforts, including:
- Competitive review and analysis – including offerings, demo- and geographic considerations, pricing strategies and culture
- Private club trends benchmarking
- Programmatic review and membership utilization analysis
Relevance, growth and financial security are imperatives to preserving the proud tradition of any club. A secure future starts with Chambers.
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Your Planning Partner — Forge A Committed Relationship
Private club planning expert and former CMAA president Skip Avery examines the long-term value of cultivating a quality relationship with a master planning firm.